This page is dedicated to providing an archive of unremarkable (i.e. normal) EKGs. Before learning abnormal EKG patterns, it is very usefully to have a solid understanding of what “norma” actually is. The EKGs on this page are divided into archives that focus on each specific component of the EKG report in ISOLATION. This is because each lead on an EKG needs to be interpreted in isolation, and looking at the whole EKG report at once can be very overwhelming.
Make sure to check out the guide to reading an EKG as well.
The archive below shows the entire unremarkable EKG studies: it is recommended that each lead specific archive be used for further analysis of the EKG (as these are the “units” of interpreting the study, and the image quality is much greater for each specific image dedicated to a particular lead). The example numbers on this page all correspond to the same patient (between the archives).
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Page Updated: 10.15.2016